Stateside: AG Nessel on harassment vs. free speech; UM Rhodes Scholar; threats to the Great Lakes
Today on Stateside, Attorney General Dana Nessel joins us to talk about the recent threats made against a number of elected officials—including herself. Plus, a conversation with a University of Michigan senior who has received a Rhodes Scholarship. And, we'll talk to two journalists from National Geographic who have captured the damage and delight of Michigan’s Great Lakes.
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AG Nessel on the line between free speech and credible threats amid election protests
- Dana Nessel is Michigan's state attorney general.
Michigan just protected thousands of acres in ‘banner day for conservation’
- Lexi Krupp is a reporter for Interlochen Public Radio,
Mutual aid and systemic political change are focus of UM Rhodes Scholar’s work
- Amytess Girgis is a 2021 Rhodes Scholar and a senior at the University of Michigan.
National Geographic journalists capture the majesty and fragility of the Great Lakes
- Tim Folger is a National Geographic contributing writer and contributing editor at Discover Magazine.
- Keith Ladzinski is a filmmaker and a photographer at National Geographic.